Wilmington Design Standards for Historic Districts and Landmarks

Standards for Commercial Buildings Table of Contents Introduc Ɵ on 1 1.1 Overview of Wilmington Architecture 1.2 Introduc Ɵ on to Design Standards 1.3 Wilmington Historic Districts 1.4 Historic Preserva Ɵ on Commission 1.5 Design Review Process 1.6 Secretary of the Interior’s Standards Standards for Neighborhood Se ƫ ng 2 p. 3 2.1 Landscaping 2.2 Public Right-of-Way 2.3 Fences and Walls 2.4 Walkways, Driveways, O ff -Street Parking 2.5 Garages, Carriage Houses and Accessory Structures 2.6 Decks and Swimming Pools 2.7 Residen Ɵ al Signs 2.8 Ligh Ɵ ng 2.9 Archaeology 2.10 Telecommunica Ɵ ons p. 35 Standards for General Building Changes 3 p. 55 3.1 Roofs 3.2 Windows and Doors 3.3 Masonry / Stone 3.4 Underpinning 3.5 Exterior Walls and Decora Ɵ ve Woodwork 3.6 Porches and Entrances 3.7 Architectural Metals 3.8 Exterior Color 3.9 U Ɵ li Ɵ es and Energy Retro fi t 3.10 Health and Safety Code Requirements 3.11 Security Equipment Standards for Residen Ɵ al Construc Ɵ on 4 p. 81 4.1 Addi Ɵ ons 4.2 New Construc Ɵ on / In fi ll 5 p. 87 5.1 Exis Ɵ ng Buildings 5.2 Storefronts, Signs and Awnings 5.3 Addi Ɵ ons 5.4 New Construc Ɵ on / In fi ll 5.5 Automated Teller Machines Appendices and Addi Ɵ onal Resources 7 p. 107 A Project Review Checklist B Glossary C Plants D Technical Informa Ɵ on Reloca Ɵ on and Demoli Ɵ on 6 p. 103 6.1 Reloca Ɵ on 6.2 Demoli Ɵ on Front Street, c. 1953 Source: New Hanover County Library Digital Archives